First Look: Rome's Hotel Hassler Roma Opens Penthouse Suite

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Heads up, Rome aficionados! After almost a year of construction and  design work, Rome's Hotel Hassler Roma has unveiled the brand-new 4,300-square-foot Hassler Penthouse Suite located on the hotel's eighth floor. The full-floor "SuperSuite" has three bedrooms, four bathrooms, two panoramic terraces (with views of the Spanish steps, Villa Borghese gardens, St Peter's Basilica and the Pantheon), a full kitchen, a living room, dining area, cocktail bar and access to all of the Hassler's amenities.

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The two master bedrooms each have access to their own private terraces, as well as sitting room areas, large walk-in closets, desks and large LCD-screen TVs with DVD players. The bathrooms have panoramic windows overlooking Rome's city center, black quartz countertops and floors, double sinks with hand-hammered stainless steel and chromatherapy showers. A third, smaller staff bedroom has its own adjacent bathroom and panoramic balcony and full video surveillance system.

The living room also has access to one of the suite's terraces and has a grand piano, a full bar and a dinner table for eight with Dibbern Bone China tableware (custom designed for the Hassler Penthouse Suite, we hear). The kitchen has induction cooktops and a full-sized refrigerator filled with Champagne, juices and other beverages.

Tech fans will like the wireless HiFi technology and more than 100,000 radio stations and shows from around the world. Additionally, the lighting and curtain shutter system is controlled by touch screens placed throughout the suite.

For more information on the Hotel Hassler Roma, visit www.hotelhasslerroma.com.

 

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